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Lecture Notes - 062206 - the habits of character they...

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Katie Kerr PHL 304 June 22, 2006 Against Utilitarianism & Kantianism: Individualistic: - ignore the social structure of human life - individuals have no society, culture, or tradition Universal: - seek to develop a single moral standard for all societies Emphasis on norms (Kantianism) - pay no attention to virtues Virtue approach urges us to pay attention to the contours of our communities and 
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Unformatted text preview: the habits of character they encourage and instill:-a person’s character traits are not developed in isolation, but within and by the communities to which he or she belongs-people are affected by the values their communities prize What are the virtues?...
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